Stages & Ages - Teens & Beyond
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – A collaborative community initiative is set to launch in Tuscarawas County as part of the ongoing education and awareness efforts around
Adults with developmental disabilities have access to many organizations and agencies locally with a mission to support them.
New Philadelphia Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1445 is announcing the 2020-2021 Voice of Democracy scholarship program.
(Dennison, Ohio) – To have a great school year, kids need to stay healthy. Healthy students are better learners.
Executive Director of Ashland mental health center issues heart-felt statement to those struggling with addiction
(Ashland, Ohio) – Appleseed Community Mental Health Center is reminding residents that local help with recovery is available.
The coronavirus outbreak has pushed millions of Americans, especially young adults, to move in with family members.
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – According to new research, adolescents who use e-cigarettes are more likely to have asthma at some point in their life, and
(Canton, Ohio) – The show must go on!
(Dennison, Ohio ) – Children and adolescents who do not get enough sleep have a higher risk for many health and behavior problems.
(Dover, Ohio) – DoverPhila Federal Credit Union is partnering with the Dover Public Library to present the credit union’s Finances 101 program.
(Dover, Ohio) – Dover Public Library invites local teens in grades six through twelve to participate in Teen Tuesdays virtually this fall.
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – The Tuscarawas County Anti-Drug Coalition is reminding families and schools to continue to work together to share anti-vaping messages with youth.
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – It seems teenagers have found a way to take mask-covered faces to a whole new level.
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – Summer slide…COVID slide…like last year, the upcoming school year will not be without its challenges.
(U.S.) – When children discern that adults around them don’t fully understand something – or, in the case of COVID-19, that we can’t completely guarantee
Many kids are going to be nervous with their ‘normal’ is gone and anxiety and uncertainty will be some of the most common emotions. So,
(Ohio) – Parents are returning to work, but what do they do with their school-aged children learning remotely?
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Ohio remains committed to ensuring site-based mentoring programs are offered to support children in
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – Whether you are a parent, aunt, uncle, teacher, or friend of a teen you can be a strong influence in shaping
(U.S.) – The roughly 435,000 U.S. children in foster care have been hit especially hard.
(Dover, Ohio) – There’s no denying the current social climate is likely to have a negative effect on our children, so what can we do?
(U.S.) – A new study suggests vaping is linked t an elevated risk of COVID-19 among teenagers and young adults.
(Ohio) – As schools prepare for the new academic year, the Ohio Department of Health is prohibiting the use of face shields as a substitute
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – The short answer is that vaping isn’t considered safe for teens and young adults, especially since their brains are still developing.
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – Teens often hear that vaping is not as bad for their health as smoking cigarettes and many think there is no
(Ohio) – For Ohio to be able to reduce the impact COVID-19 has on our state, officials say it is crucial that teenagers and young
(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – The Tuscarawas County Anti-Drug Coalition is encouraging parents and guardians to be aware of a recent uptick in alcohol-related crashes involving
(U.S.) – A recent study indicates parents have developed stronger bonds with their children after being forced to stay home together due to COVID-19 lockdowns.
(U.S.) Like many across the country, Israel Smith was feeling the stress of COVID-19 and so he turned a school assignment into a way to
(Dennison, Ohio) – A recent study suggests teen blood donors take longer to replenish iron after donating blood.
“Ring around the Rosie, a pocket full of posies, ashes, ashes, we all fall down!”
In the chaos of managing a career, keeping the house clean, family schedules, nd the overload of parenting duties it may seem impossible to find
Why do people have to die? Are mistakes always bad? Can you be happy and sad at the same time?
The desire to confirm whether or not you or your little ones are running a fever as soon as possible is more intense than ever
Teens are wired to resent being stuck with parents and cut off from friends during coronavirus lockdown
The last thing adolescents want is to be trapped at home, alone, by order of their parents.
(5 Minute Read) Ohio – The latest report from the Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation indicates suicide as the leading cause of death for children ages 10
(U.S.) – Nearly all public schools in the United States now conduct lockdown drills to prepare students in the case of an actual shooter situation
Confucius said, “The most beautiful sight in the world is a child going confidently down the road of life after you have shown him the
(U.S.) – Teens who suffer from depression tend to fare better in years to come if they have supportive families.